The president defended his strategy day's after the group captured Ramadi.
ISIS' advance has sparked new doubts about the administration's strategy.
Language that could open the door to illegal immigrants serving fell in a 221-202 vote.
Conservatives are hopeful the panel will strip the controversial language from the defense bill.
The chamber approved the bill in a 98-1 vote.
Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain is ruling out the immigration measures.
The budget was a victory for GOP leaders but highlighted sharp divisions, as well.
Iranian forces boarded a foreign cargo ship Tuesday, sparking concern.
The president offered his "deepest apologies" to the victims' families.
A Saudi-led coalition is halting its bombing campaign in Yemen.
The top general says U.S. military options against Iran are "intact."
The White House shift cleared the way for a uninamous vote in committee.
Republicans are pressuring the State Department to quickly turn over all Benghazi documents.
Officials called the loss of Ramadi a "setback," but vowed to help retake the city.
House Democrats are lining up against the bill and the White House has threatened a veto.
The panel began its subcommittee markups on Monday, and will finish on Tuesday.
Twenty-five lawmakers are asking the House Rules Committee to strike the provision.
Republicans have demanded Clinton testify twice, once about her use of private email.
Lawmakers are marking up the $611 billion defense policy bill.
The full panel will mark up the bill on Wednesday beginning at 10 a.m.
House Armed Services subcommittees released parts of the 2016 defense policy bill on Wednesday.
Pentagon officials insist the carrier will not intercept an Iranian weapons convoy.
Sen. Corker said the White House backed down after seeing the support for the bill.
The White House is making a full press to sell lawmakers on its Iran deal and block any legislation.